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Hawaii DLNR-DAR is hiring a Protected Species Aquatic Biologist IV/V at our Oahu Office. Please help us spread the word.
Apply Here: Protected Species Biologist
To plan, direct and coordinate activities associated with the marine protected species conservation. This position provides aquatic resources services for the State and the general public. The position independently provides advisory and consultative services on aquatic protected species and fisheries interactions. Provides a broad range of locally specialized services in support of the Division’s ongoing local and statewide programs, including providing expertise in the science of marine protected species and fisheries interactions.
Conservation Field Technician Closing date January 31, 2020.
The Kōkeʻe Resource Conservation Program’s Field Technician position requires an enthusiastic, motivated, action-oriented person to play an essential role in conducting field operations. These operations include surveying, mapping, monitoring, and controlling alien species and their impacts to Kauai’s forests. The Field Tech must be willing and able to camp in remote mountainous areas and operate in extremely rugged terrain and adverse weather conditions. The Field Tech will assist KRCP staff and conservation partners with field operations and office support that may include noxious weed control, field operations planning, trail maintenance, vehicle and equipment maintenance, fence construction/maintenance, data entry, and outreach activities. This position is supervised by the Kōkeʻe Resource Conservation Program Coordinator and Lead Field Technician.
- Assist with natural resource management field operations which include: controlling and eliminating invasive alien plants using a variety of methods.
- Participate in special-use helicopter operations that include sling loading, low-elevation surveys, and remote/hover landings.
- Maintain ungulate fences.
- Maintain vehicles and field equipment
- Mix and apply herbicide according to label instructions
- Assist with GPS mapping, data collection, and data entry
- Work with partners, volunteers, and interns in field operations
- Ensure compliance with all Hawaii State Parks and Forestry rules and safety procedures.
- Assist with interpretive hikes, outreach events, and fundraising efforts to help build good community relations
- Other duties as assigned.
• High school diploma required, college degree prefered.
• Must be comfortable managing, orienting, supervising and coordinating volunteers of varying ages and skill
• Ability to recognize Hawaiian native and non-native plant species and familiarity with navigating through
Kaua‘i landscapes specifically in Kōkeʻe, Waimea Canyon, Nā Pali Coastal State Parks, and surrounding
areas of Forest Reserves and Alakaʻi Wilderness Preserve.
• Experience working with or knowledge of Hawai‘i natural systems and the conservation challenges on
• Experience with herbicide weed control techniques
• Experience with map reading and orienteering. Must have the ability to navigate rugged terrain using maps,
compass and GPS.
• Ability to perfrom physical work in rugged terrain while under adverse conditions or in inclement weather.
• Must be available for remote camping worktrips that will be on average 3-5 days.
• Experience with driving off-road vehicles
• Valid Hawaii Driver’s License
• Experience operating various types of equipment and tools safely (chainsaw, machete, etc)
• Experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and field mapping techniques.
• Ability to follow instructions from colleagues, and work in a collaborative team-based environment
• Certifications such as first aid, CPR, herbicide application, helicopter safety.
• PC familiarity, including database knowledge, in order to maintain program records.
• Ability and willingness to take on additional tasks and responsibilities within job parameters, commensurate
to work experience.
• Ability to convey work instructions to other management team members, including volunteers.
• Ability to function productively as a member or leader of a work team.
Starting pay $13.50-$17.00 per hour depending on qualifications. Benefits include medical/dental/vision insurance and paid vacation, sick, and holiday.
Work week is Mon-Thurs 7am-5pm. Weekend projects will be scheduled as needed.
Please contact KRCP for an application by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The application will require an onsite working interview.
Applications being accepted until positions is filled.
National Tropical Botanical Garden Limahuli Garden and Preserve Director, Hā’ena, Kaua‘i
Application deadline: Midnight HST, Sunday September 8, 2019
The National Tropical Botanical Garden (NTBG) is recruiting a Director to manage all aspects of operations at Limahuli
Garden and Preserve. This 1,000-acre property, located in the north shore community of Hā’ena, Kaua‘i, contains
significant cultural and archaeological sites. The Preserve encompasses three ecological zones with natural populations of
rare and endangered plant species and is the centerpiece of NTBG’s biocultural conservation and restoration ecology
programs. A hallmark of this award-winning garden has been developing scientific collections of Hawaiian ethnobotanical
and native plants in the context of a Hawaiian ahupua’a system. This position is based at Limahuli Garden but reports to
the NTBG’s Director and CEO at the headquarters in Kalaheo, Kauai.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree (Masters preferred) in Horticulture, Botany, Ethnobotany, or Botanical Garden
Management and a minimum of five years practical experience in horticulture, ideally in management in a botanical
garden setting. Knowledge of tropical plants, especially Hawaiian species, and restoration ecology practices, is an asset.
Experience working with Hawaiian cultural practitioners and a familiarity with the Hawaiian language is preferred.
Excellent written and oral communication skills, managerial experience, computer competence, and successful grant
writing are required. Must be able to collaboratively work with a multicultural staff and community, cultural experts, and
a multidisciplinary team of scientists, educators, and conservationists.
Application deadline: Midnight HST, Sunday September 8, 2019
Send résumé, cover letter and three reference letters to:
National Tropical Botanical Garden
Attn: Limahuli Garden and Preserve Director Search Committee
3530 Papalina Rd.
Kalaheo, HI 96741
Phone: (808) 332-7324
FAX: (808) 332-9765
National Tropical Botanical Garden- supported by your donations and dedicated to the conservation and study of the
world’s tropical plants.
An Equal Opportunity Employer/ Pre-employment drug testing required
ID# 19386 NNRM Outreach & Education Associate
Research Corporation of the University of Hawai‘i
Pacific Coop Studies Unit
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Intern Scientist (Waipahu)
Integral Consulting Inc. (www.integral-corp.com) is an international science and engineering firm providing multidisciplinary services in the fields of environmental science and engineering, health, ecology, aquatic sciences, geology and hydrology, atmospheric science, and environmental chemistry. We are currently seeking an Intern Scientist to work from our office in Waipahu, HI.
We are seeking an Intern Scientist to work with our environmental scientists in multidisciplinary teams on a variety of challenging environmental investigations, providing a unique opportunity for personal development and mentorship.
• Assisting with data preparation activities such as organizing, tracking, and summarizing environmental data sources
• Participating in environmental sample collection activities
• Assisting with technical writing of reports
• Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in the natural life, environmental or geological sciences, or a related field
• 0 – 1 year's of experience
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Strong quantitative skills
• Experience with ArcGIS and MS Excel
• Good working knowledge of environmental science and chemistry
To apply, please visit our Careers webpage at http://www.integral-corp.com/careers.
employment type: part-time or full-time
All offers of employment are contingent on candidates passing an employment history screening and, if applicable, a degree verification. Offers of employment for some positions may also be contingent on candidates passing a federal, state, and county criminal background and Watch List screenings and a drug and alcohol screening. Candidates for whom this is a requirement will receive written notice. All screenings will be done in accordance with all local, state, and federal laws.
Integral Consulting Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer and is committed to a proactive program of affirmative action and diversity development. Integral Consulting Inc. provides equal opportunity in all of our employment practices to all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, military, veteran or VEVRAA protected veteran status, or any other category protected by federal, state, and local laws. The “EEO is the Law” poster can be viewed here: http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdf.
TITLE: HARC FELLOWSHIP
Sub-title: Forestry and Tree Crop Technician
Start Date: Fall Semester
Location: Oahu (Maunawili Research Station) or Hawaii Island (Hilo)
Description: The Hawaii Agriculture Research Center operates an applied genetic conservation program for native koa and sandalwood trees We seek a motivated applicant with expertise in forest genetics and pathology to assist the Senior Forest Scientist with HARC’s forestry and tree crop research programs. Work includes directed activities with HARC’s koa and sandalwood projects, including seed collecting, processing and banking, assisting with nursery activities, field operations, site maintenance, invasive weed control, and data collection and analysis, preparation of both written and oral reports, and other activities as needed. Addition field activities require the use of hand and power tools, application of fertilizers, herbicides, and insecticides.
- BS in Forestry, Plant Pathology, Plant genetics or other applicable areas of study.Professional experience will be also considered.
- Demonstrated research experience in genetics, plant pathology, or related fields is plus.
- At least one degree in forestry, forest science, or plant pathology, or plant genetics, or related degree or professional experience will be considered.
- Experience with or a commitment to working with people from a variety of culturally diverse backgrounds.
This Fellowship is open to actively enrolled masters and PhD students in the University of Hawaii System.This Fellowship is a collaboration between HARC and the University of Hawaii Office of Sustainability.
Interested applicants are invited to submit their application or questions to: Contact: Nicklos Dudley - email@example.com